Friday, 21 September 2012

Chikankari Embroidery - Kurti

This is the embroidered chikan motif which I have embroidered recently.  It is for a kurti top and it has three motif one above the other with regular intervals. 


Here, is the closeup of the motif.


Flowers are done using Bhakya stitch(double herringbone stitch), Stems using Rahet(stem stitch) and the tiny circles using Rozan(Eyelet stitch).

You can see my other work in chikan embroidery here.

I am learning chikan embroidery and planning to post one sample for each stitch. So keep an eye on my blog. 

Happy Embroidering,
Shami Immanuel.

Friday, 14 September 2012

Honey comb blanket stitch project _ Continued

I have completed the kurti project using honey comb blanket stitch.  Finished embroidered part is here;  For the bottom part I have made three bunch of  flowers.  Then for the body I have glued sequins using outliner. 

The design I have made for the sleeves is here:

Close up of the design.


Looking forward for your comments and suggestions.

Happy embroidering.

Shami Immanuel.

IF YOU KNOW THAT GOD'S HAND IS IN EVERYTHING,

YOU CAN LEAVE EVERYTHING IN GOD'S HANDS.

Wednesday, 12 September 2012

Pistil stitch Sampler, TAST 2012 - Week 37

This is my sample for pistil stitch.   The design pattern is form www.sadalas.blogspot.com and I have taken a small portion of it. 
 



This is another sampler Which I have used pistil stitch for the top three leaves.  I have written a post on this here.



Happy embroidering.

Shami Immanuel.

Thursday, 6 September 2012

Crocheted Skirt

This is a skirt which I have crocheted.  Have a look.



Happy crocheting.

Shami Immanuel.

TAST 2012 - A catch up

Since I have some projects in hand I am unable to experiment with the stitches for the past 3 weeks.  As Sharon announced this week as catch up week I have decided to do atleast a sample row of each stitch and I have ended up with this.
 
Inside flower(red color) is Cast on stitch.  I found it easy after following the video tutorial from needlenthread.   You can find a lot of video tutorials and many more.
 
Then I have done Pekinese stitch and then tried Sheaf stitch.  Not able to experiment more.  Surely come up with more samples in the days to come.
 
 
 
Happy embroidering.
 
Shami Immanuel.